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polk,tely for he died after being in the white began and sarah became -- her widowhood. it became sa shhingne to her husband. she would invite anybody who wanted to to come visit and see the objects she had collected through their political career. >> to live there for many years on her own. during the civil war, generals on both sides would come and visit her to pay respects. it is an interesting commentary on what beloved status she held. >> she was honest about her husband's work. she went to every post she could go to with him. she went through the arduous journey. thewas very well-liked in diplomatic community. they met all kinds of people. friends and enemies and others. they had to make things work. they were very experienced people. they were more sophisticated than what is around them. shouldfelt that women develop their mind and cultivate scholarship as much as men. thaty groundbreaking at point in our history for a first lady to do. >> today, first ladies have causes, literacy and reading would have been abigail fillmore's cause. this bookshelf was of the first white house
of slavery. to introduce us to sarah polk emma margaret taylor, and abigail fillmore, we have two historians. an author and historian in historic preservation. historian and legal scholar based at albany law school, the author of a biography of millard fillmore. welcome to both of you. james k. polk is sometimes knownbed as the least influential president. would you agree with that and why? >> is certainly not are well- known, and he is certainly important. when he was nominated for president, he had no public office. he had twice lost the governorship of tennessee. before that he had been a one term governor, and before that a member of congress. he was a lawyer, practicing law in tennessee. he was what is known as the dark horse candidate. he had hoped to get the vice president's nomination, that is what he was pushing for. and suddenly, out of nowhere polk is the presidential nominee. most people don't know who he is. he becomes president and almost immediately puts us in a position to have a war with mexico. he pushes for the war. he is prepared to declare war on ,exico, and sends troops
at the political partnership between sarah palin and her husband james polk. [applause] thank you. thank you very much. thank you. mr. president, mr. speaker, statewide elected officials, family, friends. it is my privilege to stand before you again before we start remarks. i will ask that you join me in a moment of silent prayer for a friend of ours. i was on the phone with senator john smith. i know he wants to be with us. he is with us in spirit and he is making a speedy recovery. i know you join me in this moment of prayer for him and his family that he makes that recovery so he can join us in the senate chamber just as quickly as doctors allow him to do that. join me in a moment of silence for john smith. amen. thank you. t is indeed my honor and privilege to stand before you again as i have done each of the five years before to start this session of the regular session of the legislature. i want to thank you. we have worked hard these last five years to address the challenges confronting our state. we confronted the big task to make louisiana and even better state. when i ran for governor,
sarah palin. why is she so angry? stay with us. >> some folks still don't think i spent enough time with congress. why don't you get a drink with mitch mcconnell, they ask. really? why don't you get a drink with mitch mcconnell? it's monday. a brand new start. your chance to rise and shine. with centurylink as your trusted technology partner, you can do just that. with our visionary cloud infrastructure, global broadband network and custom communications solutions, your business is more reliable - secure - agile. and with responsive, dedicated support, we help you shine every day of the week. >>> have you joined the "politicsnation" conversation on facebook yet? today, everyone was reacting to nba player jason collins decision to come out of the closet. tina said, this takes enormous courage and strength in this day and age where hate is still so rampant. brandy says, i hope the positive feedback he receives from his fans outnumbers the ignorant comments that he's bound to hear. why all the controversy? as the bible says, judge not lest be judged. >>> first, we want to hear what you
cumpleaÑos de sarah montiel. >>> pues yo tener salud >>> lo pidiÓ al cumplir 85 durante la Última en stle vistre cumpliÓ, porque luego sufrio un proceso >>> el sÁbado estuvo cenando en ni casa y anoche estaba estupenda >>> la ak strctriz y cantante s montiel fue un sÍmbolo espaÑol y tambiÉn triunfÓ en mÉxico, y fue la primera artista espaÑola que strin triunfÓ en hollywood >>> estaba prohibido la sexualidad en el cine >>> del nivel de sarah montiel no queda ninguna >>> pero sarita brillÓ como a un cantante, con su Éxito musical, de acuerdo a los expertos sutton de voz bajo pero grave vinieron a revivir esto. mauricio fue amigo de montiel durante 3 dÉcadas. >>> ella amaba la vida, orgullosa de ser sarah montiel >>> al cumplir 85 aÑos, sarah montiel asegurÓ que vivÍa bl plenamente >>> he conseguido lo que yo querÍa desde que tenia 4, 5 aÑos de edad, soÑaba con hacer cine >>> artista de fuerte temperamento de muchos troin iu y amores intensos a quien resulta difÍcil de sdescribir >>> dirÍa diva, Única >>> en miami florida rogelio mora a sÓlo dÍas de las elecciones pres
and history here at the university of pennsylvania, a sarah gordon author of "the spirit of the law" religious voices and the constitution in modern america" par for university press. also the author of the mormon question and you referred to polygamy a couple of times. was that the issue about the mormons that got under people's skin? >>guest: it was the most prominent. there were others and in some ways of access to public places for speech and life near the 20th century but in the 19th century the big question was would bormann's be allowed to redefine marriage and control the symptoms enough that polygamy would be recognized and protected as a valid form of marriage by the secular legal system not just the church itself. >>host: are there parallels with the gay marriage today? >> there have been. one of the key issues for the mormon apologist as well as opponents was statehood for utah and it became pretty clear early on in american history that states have control over marriage within their borders as we have seen this fatah with the marriage equality debate today and utah pushed again an
sarah explores the results of the state legislature's decision shortly after hurricane katrina to reassign control of the new orleans public schools to the recovery school district administered by the state by following a student, a teacher, and principal traversing segments of the educational system. this is about a half hour. [applause] ouwo do amazing workany people for kids in new orleans, and thank you so much for coming. i'm just going to talk for 10 or 15 minutes or so and then take questions. if there's some people here tonight who are in the book and they might be willing to answer questions during that session as well if you're interested in hearing about what it was like to be part of that process from their vantage point. the other day, i was finishing reading journalist katherine's book called "behind the beautiful forevers," which tells the story of a group of families living in a mumbai slum, and in the author's note, she tries to explain why she chose to focus on ordinary people rather than broader policy debates or history. she wrote something that i think summ
martin, i know you can't wait to see that form. >> toure, as sarah palin is the sequ sequel. >>> good afternoon, monday, april the 1st. in a country awash in gun violence, a shocking series of shootings has law enforcement on edge. >> we're going to get the latest now on the manhunt in texas for the killers of a district attorney and his wife gunned down in their home. >> seemed to me that this is not just a random act. >> this district attorney promised to take the scum off his streets. >> i hope that the people that did this are watch. >> he apparently carried a gun with him at all times even when he was balk walking his dog. >> an assault style rifle was used to fire multiple shots at mcclellan and his wife. >> i do not want it to happen again. >> a bridge too far for most of us. >> that legislation is going nowhere. >> every single one of the 12 million people will vote against the republicans. >> preside11 million will have pathway to citizenship. it will be long and hard. >> the 12 million votes are going to the democrats. >>> in texas this afternoon, governor rick per
of wrongful conviction. the movie was directed and produced by mr. burns along with his daughter, sarah burns, who wrote the book that led to the film and with david mcmahon. sarah was only 6 when the events took placand when she learned about it, after the teens' convictions were overturned more than a decade later, she was so taken with the story that she wrote her undergraduate thesis and then the book on the topic. the film based on her book, documents how the forces of the justice system, the press, and pu condermin rights of five young men and condemn them to years in prison for a crime they did not commit. last night, when we screened the film here at the national press club, we were honored to have with us two of the central park five. yusef salam and santana who have been traveling around the country to major film festivals. and drawing praise from film critics the documentary has been making news. a federal judge in february ruled that new york city may not look at outtakes, notes or other material from the film in their efforts to fight a $250 million lawsuit brought by the central
. >>> a gay athlete comes out of the closet. and sarah palin tweets about the white house correspondence dinner and the pest thing she can say is she didn't quit halfway threw. and today is the birthday of daniel day-lewis jerry seinfeld, and two years ago prince william married kate middleton which is about 70 in hollywood years. this is "viewpoint." [ ♪ theme music ♪ ] >> john: good evening, i'm john fugelsang. this is "viewpoint." let me ask would it pump up your lifestyle if the c.i.a. agent regularly dropped off a suit case backpack or a shopping bag at your home or office, stuffed with millions of dollars in in untraceable cash. it would? welcome to of a began prophet hamid karzai's world. according to a story in "the new york times" the c.i.a. has been delivering tens of millions in cash to mr. karzai without apparently getting much of anything in the way of influence in return. at the white house press secretary jay carney told reporters if they had questions on the story take them to the c.i.a. >> i have no information on that report. i can tell you that, you know, as we hav
's office, sarah jones ann marie rogers and bill wii co-before he retired. john ram, of course, and an dress power in my office. ~. this laze been a wonderful collaborative effort. so, with that, colleagues, if there are any introductory remarks. yes, president chiu. >> thank you, mr. chair. and let me first start by thanking the members of the public who have all engaged very intensely on this topic. and let me start by saying that i think this intense debate has caused ceqa to become everyone's new favorite four-letter word. [laughter] >> let me also state a more serious note that i have met with supporters and opponents of the various versions of so-called chapter 31 reform. and let me suggest that i think that everyone in this room shares the overall goal of legislating clear procedures for handling appeals of categorical exemptions and negative declarations. as supervisor wiener just outlined, our main guide on these appellate procedures is a publicly available 2008 city attorney memo that reads like a conflict version of choose your own adventure. and at this time memorandum this memo
"in love divine, in love excelling." >> prayers led by sarah einstein, rose hudson wilson. ♪ >> "love divine, all loves exceling" written by charles wesley, music by john zundel. ♪ love divine all loves exceling joy of the heaven, to earth come down fix in us thy humble dwelling all thy faithful miller sizz crown! jesus thou art all compassion, pure, unbounded love thou art visit us with thy salvation enter every trembling heart breathe o breathe thy loving spirit into every troubled breast let us all in thee inherit let us find that second rest take away our bent to sinning alpha and omega be end of faith at its beginning set our hearts at liberty come, almighty to deliver let us all thy life receive suddenly return and never nevermore thy temples leave thee we would be always blessing serve thee as thy hosts above pray and praise thee without ceasing glory in thy perfect love. finish, then, thy new creation pure and spotless let us be let us see thy great salvation perfectly restored in thee, changed from glory into glory till in heaven we take our place till we cast our cros bef
community are treated in their own state. welcome into "the war room," adam pratt, and sarah noone. >> thank you. >> hi. >> michael: what made you decide to start this online petition? >> well, when we found out that representative todd was going through this bill it was definitely something we wanted to do anything we could to help. >> michael: yeah. >> so when -- >> michael: no tell me. so you thought a petition would be the best way to get started? and did you have any idea it would grow like this? >> we had no idea. our original hope was 5,000, and we had hoped that several thousand would draw at attention to the issue and send a message to legislators that this was something that we cared about, the extra 82,000 have been really amazing. >> michael: that's a great way of talking about it. adam what kind of feedback have you been getting from your peers? it is a state where it's illegal and there are people who are not in favorite of it? >> it's actually mostly been positive in regards to the petition. there has been a little bit of feedback on the national le
hires, quickly, and more effectively using social networks. sarah robinson is president and ceo of sarah robinson company. she's a business coach, a strategist, and an adviser who helps business owners set their companies apart from the rest. sarah's also author of the book "fierce loyalty." great to see both of you. brian, you started a new company since you were last here. >> i have. it's an exciting concept. it's so hard to hire members of your team and using social media is a natural fit. we're just getting started and it's exciting. >> you are both well poised to answer these questions. let's start with the first one. it's about negotiating equity in your business. >> is there a formula to raise capital without giving away too much equity in the company based on a current valuation? >> it's a lot about negotiation but how do you even know where to start? >> well, for me i think it's a personal choice how you want to do that. i would say don't give away any more than 49% because then you lose control of your company altogether. i wouldn't give away more than 25% really because then y
't know how america finds this funny. should this shin-dig be shun? sarah palin blasted the blast say,ing quote, it was pathetic. the rest of mark is working while these dc clowns, that sounds like a great movie i couldn't rent, throw themselves a nerd prom. what a mouth on that girl. you know who else is not afraid of saw -- celebrities? dog afraid of richard simmons. >> that is an attack on richard simmons. i guess our animal videos are homophobic, great. devito, comment on any part of the story you like, but were you surprised to see palin use such language? >> yes, i would have to say i got a little turned on. well, you know, i don't worry about these correspondent dinner. i was at the "red eye" guest dinner held at an exxon station. surprised you didn't turn out. >> i would, but i had other plans. we could hang out there and stir a single cup of coffee and never pay until they ask us to leave. and then we use the bathroom. it is a saddening for all of us including the guy that has to clean the bathroom. nothing pretty comes from gas station coffee and old burrito. does this party
, sarah lolk. we will take your questions and comments. first ladies, live tonight at 9:00 eastern on cspan and cspan 3 and also on cspan radio. we will discuss the issues facing congress this week. examine thel military commissions act and the military commission set up at guantanamo bay after the september 11,00
was close. but two things in that time period, the picking of sarah palin which i think hurt john mccain even after the initial buzz. and when lee mon collapsed when the economy started to accelerate in a downturn, i think people watched the reaction of the two candidates and came away from the fact that mckin didn't seem as steady in a crisis as they wanted. and real brand damage to the republican party as a result of eight years of president bush. i don't think in the end john mccain would have won that race. maybe it would have been closer but i agree with john mccain in this case. the outcome without have been largely the same. >> great to see you, robert. thank you. >> thank you, thomas. >> president obama is expected to tap his pick for the next head of the transportation department and his pick is fox he's also the first african american among the president's picks. fox would replace outgoing ray lahood, one of the few republicans serving in the obama administrati administration. >> hurricane sand, how new jersey is restoring the shore. >> ricin arrest, another suspect in jail
were injured. inju it's tuesday, april 16th, good morning, everyone. i'm sarah simmons. >>> i'm wisdom martin, welcomerm to fox 5 morning news. it's time to get a quick check of the weather and talk abouttat what is happening in the weathee department in the washington d.c. area. c. area we say good morning, tucker barnes. >> good morning. >> good morning to you. >> it's going to be a fine day, it's going to be warmer in the e low 70s, i'm not looking atat any chances of rain until tomorrow. there might be a few drizzle in spots early but not enough to measure. 57 at reagan national. nati 56 dulles, 54 degrees, and herer is a look at the local satellite picture. notice the kind of milky white gray you see, that's the low low cloud cover and we will get the maritime layer and that is is allowing the clouds to bump against the mountains where we get the clearing out to the we have. if you're out further to the west, in west virginia and and maryland today, will you seeou e more sunshine than the rest of f us as clouds will breakup. brea we will be in the 70s, for the70 rest of us we will
done de before midnight. >>> good morning, everyone. i'm sarah simmons, we're takinge a look at the woodrew bridge.brd welcome to the morning news. ne. >> let's bring tucker barnes too talk about our weather and our raining. >> let's talk about the weekendd first, beautiful.t, >> it was gorgeous.gorgeous. >> both days worked out well. wl clouds moved in, they're leavinv light showers around the morning commute. it's not going to amount to a whole lout but on the roadways.d >> not down for anything, lightt rain. >> it's not going to rain all dayt in are but it will remain cloudy here for much of the day. let me show you the radar and you will see what i'm talking about. light showers pressing here and there all over the area, got aa band over in montgomery countyty and some more off the to the e east and ab pli annapolis and cp we have a round of showers. hit and miss showers to start the morning. much of the day will feature clouds as we got the storm storm system moving in from the south and west and relatively cooltivl air. air. seasonal air in the mid-to upper 60s in the d
that sarah dunn phillips from the planning department is also here and will be speaking during part of the presentation. so, this is an information item on something that is called the transportation investment and growth strategies. i'm going to explain just a little bit about what it is, why we're doing it and what our approach is. so, this is a requirement coming coming to us as the congestion management agency for san francisco from the region. it is a requirement that first came out as a part of the regional planning process known as plan bay area and in particular is a part of this 1 bay area funding framework. and the intention at a high level is for us to think about how we can support san francisco's priority development areases through the transportation funding decision making that we do here as authority, both in term of funding capital projects as well as if you hadvtioning planning work to set up capital projects. so, probably useful to give a reminder of what our priority development areas. this is a framework that the region introduced quite a few years ago with the
with the experts who say, light drinking may not be harmful to babies. >> reporter: first time mother sarah little made sure to eat a balanced diet while she was pregnant with baby aaron. the 31-year-old would also have an occasional drink. >> i had a glass of wine, i don't know, once every month? once every six weeks? just to enjoy with friends or relax. >> reporter: a new study suggests a little alcohol isn't harmful to a baby's development. researchers in england compared 10,000 seven-year-olds. a quarter had mothers who drank lightly. the others didn't. >> we looked at children's social, emotional and intellectual development and felt there were no differences in terms of harmful effects. >> reporter: heavy alcohol son sumtion during pregnancy is long linked to health and developmental problems in children. researchers have only resently begun to look at light drinking one to two drinks a week. the study says pregnant women can drink a small glass of wine every week or half pint of beer. more research needs to be done to see if any developmental problems emerge later in childhood. some women s
problems, even heart attacks. >> now weather and traffic together on the 1's. good morning. sarah caldwell checking on your morning commute. we have an accident involving a tractor-trailer. we start with mass transit. everything running on time at this hour. this is the delay because of a tractor-trailer accident on 95 at the 895 split. two tough lanes are closed. that is starting to back up traffic for southbound motorists approaching the split. another problem on riverside parkway. let's check the j.f.x. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> good morning. smooth sailing weather wise to start the day. temperatures in the low to mid 50's right now. i think we'll see more sunshine this afternoon. the wind will shift to the southwest iran today if you take the boat out. -- the wood was shift to the southwest today. >> 5:43. >> good morning. sarah caldwell checking on your morning commute. this is it live picture of traffic on 95 at the 895 split. closed. lanes are a tractor-trailer went into the jersey wall, apparently. southbound 95ys at the 895 split. a medical call on riverside parkw
my friend sarah and 405 people first and most people but 405 board members will be at your building and it will be the first time that's what i'm trying to point out. this wednesday evening we'll be having a meeting i think it's in the afternoon 6 to - and our address a 1663 mission and we are the cross streets our south and plum we're dirge next to the discount building supply and the ground floor will have a name d s and kitchen supply. there should be somebody stations downstairs to let you guys inside >> next comment walter p and a won thing i can tell is you have got to be free. come together right now. with good family disabilities. you're a good hoster you're a good really moster you care. once and while disability in our arms and you can feel the disease come together right now. with good family disabilities. and we are family. i got to disability with me and hey. we're disability family. get up everybody make it happen and take the chance and dance. come everybody make it happen with family freely. thank you >> thank you is there any more public comment? seeing there's no
and when we come back here, lewis and the water cooler. sarah palin had some tough words about the white house correspondents' dinner. she had a somewhat different take about an event a few years ago while talking to lewis on the red carpet. we will [ thinking ] i wonder what other questionable choices i've made? [ club scene music ] [ sigh of relief ] [ male announcer ] choose taste. choose prego. i'm here in your home, having a pretty spectacular tuesday. ♪ but i don't notice the loose rug at the top of your stairs. and that's about to become an issue for me. ♪ and if you got the wrong home insurance coverage, my medical bills could get expensive. so get allstate. [ dennis ] good hands. good home. make sure you have the right home protection. talk to an allstate agent. [ male announcer ] book ahead and save up to 20 percent at doubletree.com, so you can sit back, relax and enjoy. doubletree by hilton. where the little things mean everything. >>> time for the cooler, digging deep in the archives, too. a little reporting. >> we're going to go way back today. the white house correspon
. i hear you crunching. >> now weather and traffic together on the 1's. >> good morning. sarah caldwell checking on your morning commute. onre tracking an accident linthicum heights. 12 minutes on the west side. 11 minutes on the north side. traffic is building at owings mills down toward the beltway. 65 south on 95 coming down from the aberdeen region. this is 70 n ear 29. -- near 29. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> we have a little bit of rain for some of you in some neighborhoods. that will be the case probably through the early afternoon. after 2:00 p.m., i think some sun will break out. if you take the boat out, i didn't think you have to worry about lightning. thel come back and check seven-day forecast through the weekend. are killing off cancerous tumors by freezing them. >> it has been used on tumors that has spread from the lungs to other parts of the body. it killed cancer cells for least three months without affecting any healthy tissue. it could help slow tumor growth. lullabies may be more than a simple way to get a baby to get to sleep. >> new research
, last week. >> i'm sarah simmons. >> i'm wisdom martin.. >> tucker did you get your forecast, during the morning commute. let me show you what is happening. we got a southern storm. if you are watching golf, you saw the same storm that is that pushing to the north and thethe east. we're going to be on the edge of it. we won't see a lot of rain, coo, air, this is warm air trying tog work in. in. today highs will be only in the 50s, by tomorrow back in the the 70s with a lot of clouds and scattered showers in thered shon forecast for monday. mo a lot more in the weather. got 5 1/2 hours to tell it to you. back to you. >>> tucker, thanks.cker, thanks >>> in the top stories the fbi has joined in the search for a missing five-year-old cameron sarafin. believes that she is is with his mother and investigators believe that she crossed state lines. li police have issued a felony fely warrant for her for parental abduction. >>> supporters say at this point it's too close to call. ca right now only three republicane are on board with the compromise. senator john mccain says he is favorably dis
the hour. i'm sarah simmons. >>> i'm which is doll martin. wisdom martin. wis >>> police are searching an apartment in a boston suburb early this morning, investigators will only say a search warrant related to the te attack has been issued. issu the fbi is leading thethe investigation, the attack isione being treated as an act of terrorism. federal sources confirm through fox news, that a saudi national in the u.s. with a student visaa is being questioned in the bombings, but so far not qualified as a suspect. it has theft three dead including an 8-year-old boy, and injured 140 people, more than a dozen critically. >>> let's turn to tucker barnesn to check on the temperatures. >>> hi, sarah.arah. just like yesterday a lot of of cloud cover, and there's peeks s of sunshine, the radar nice andd quiet, might be a few drilesle in a few spots this morning. we get what we call the onshore flow. the clouds are in place and it's possible as the moisture gets gs pushed up against the mountainsn we could see a little bit ofof drizzle develop.develop. we wouldn't pick it up on radar. otherwise,
davis, tonyn and sarah, back to you. >>> since security has heightened in a number of locations in a number of citiesi across the u.s. as a precautionc that includes the nation's natis capital. >> the city's emancipation day y parade will go on as scheduled.. melanie alnwick is live at freedom plaza with more on the e extra police presence, good pres morning melanie. >> reporter: good morning, tony and sarah, yes. freedom plaza right behind me is where the parade is going togoio wrap up, and there will be al ba street festival following the te parade. and yes, there's additional addi security here. a little wider perimeter, peri perhaps than they would have hae ordinarily had.had. notice that both security ask on display across the area from areas of the national airportnal all the way to the white house. the u.s. secret service has expanded its perimeter aroundmer the grounds of the white housete but we're told not because of any specific intelligence. inte and pennsylvania avenue sealeded off, that area where people pe would normally gather to take photographs, extra personne
. >> greta: sismt na, thanks for joining us. >> thank you, greta. >> greta: reporter sarah jacobby was covering the marathon for "the patch". nice to see you. >> hi. >> greta: sarah, where were you at the time of the explosion? >> i was at the kenmore square area and wrapping up and going to go up load photos, all of a sudden we heard explosion soy jumped on the bike and just high tailed it down there so see what the screen was. it was a frenzy down there. >> greta: how far were you? >> a mile, 25. so a mile away. >> greta: you can hear it a mile way? >> no. no i i got a text. get down there. so, i got down there. >> greta: what did you see down there? >> i saw a lot of people searching just trying to find loved ones and people trying to call people on the phone. but people's service wasn't working and it was jammed down there. and you know police were yelling at people to get out of the area evacuating two blocks from the street down past newbury street then ended up pushing you can back. police saying stay off the cell phones. it could trigger another device. they were worried ab
's time for "what the what?" we take a look at all three photos that you sent in. >> go, sarah. >> we're going straight to the caption contest. last week this photo from sandra cohen and the winning caption from joanna braxton is, she said the word bath to you, huh? we have the photo for next week. this was sent in by stephanie bowers. go to our website and facebook to tell us what you think the baby is thinking. we want to hear from you. >> you know what? that will be a great one. >> i might have read that book. >> you probably wrote it. >>> sarah, thank you. >>> we're getting ready to rock your world. we're going to play who knew about the classic hits? >> then we head to the kitchen about the main event. a delicious new england seafood dish. look forward to that. >> and this video has gotten 115 million hits on youtube, a performance by the super cool band walk off the earth. >> after your local news and weather. >>>welcome back to "today." we're playing who knew? tomorrow marks the 28th annual rock n' roll hall of fame induction ceremony. kathie lee is across the street with our c
morning, i'm sarah simmons. >> i'm wisdom martin.martin. >>> we have a lot to talk aboutt this, we will start with tucker barnes. drizzle in a few few spots. it's going to be a decent day. we have temperatures in the loww 70s, warmer than yesterday with i'm not going to say a lott of sunshine, but at least a buts little bit of sunshine suns particularly in the second half of the day.he things will improve, 56 at washington. that's the winning number. most of the area in the low to mid-50s. mid-50 relatively mild start to the morning. ite-radar, you can see the can gray there, that's see the low d cover, and it's just the fog that has developed overnight ass our winds have been pushing outh of the east here so we're getting moisture off the ocean.a not expecting a whole lot in thh way of measurable rain today. to just a little morning drizzlemoi and things should turn partly pt sunny this afternoon. with thenny sunshine we shouldr up in the lower 70s, warmer yesterday. otherwise a warmer forecast form the etuesday. 73 degrees by 5:00 p.m. with ath least a little sunshine developing
? >> sarah it's been 15 days since cameron's father has seen him and now police say he was spotted along with his mother at the birmingham, alabama, airpora on friday.day. they believe that she flew there from bwi.. now the f.b.i. has stepped in charging the mother with felony parental abduction. cameron's picture is posted ont the national center for missings and explitted children's web site. he was last seen on april 1. he has been absent from school h ever since. rebecca's car was found last wee can in the parking lot of the t lion village shopping center.. her exhusband believes she may s be traveling to the west coast. her exhusband said she had a heroin problem and arrests for illegal drug use.. >> i mean physical -- has she fallen back to any of those ways and that's what we just can't know and that's why i believe my son is in danger. >> rebecca may have changed her appearance and may have been changed her son's appearance.nc. the pair hey be using his mother's maid yen name of love. back to you guys.ys. police have veghtding sexual assault cases in northeast. a victim said she
. there is one person i want to call up and introduce and appreciate her willing to do so. her name is sarah, her longest standing member of station 1. she's been in the department since 1987 and came to station 1 and been here since 1994. it's been a great pleasure to have her assist us with the ribbon cutting. take a look at the station and we will perform great work for you out of this station. thanks for your attention. 3, 2, 1. [ cheering and applauding ] [ cheering and applauding ] >>> >>> >> >> >> >> >> hello, i am with the recreation and parks department. we are featuring the romantic park location in your backyard. this is your chance to find your heart in santa and cisco with someone special. -- san francisco with someone special. our first look out is here at buena vista park, a favorite with couples and dog walkers. both have a significant force. a refreshing retreat from urban life. the romantic past that meander up and down the park under pines and eucalyptus. hang out in this environment and you might see butterflies it, fennel, and then the lines. -- dandelions. is ada accessible.
keep house or make better. >> one of the most influential first ladies, sarah polk. will also look at her successors. live monday night on c-span and c-span 3. also on c-span radio end c- span.org. >> michael o'neill says some of his top concerns include gridlock in washington, and the european economy, and cyber terrorism. mr. o'neill expressed confidence in the state of the industry, saying financial institutions are ready to start lending more money once demand picks up. this is 25 minutes. >> ladies and gentlemen, please welcome [indiscernible] [applause] you can get used to this, know? thank you for joining us this morning. i learned a lot yesterday. i learned about latin america, mexico. regions for strong growth. one of the big innovations we might have with the data and how that might affect marketing decisions and how it can make better decisions on how to target efforts. i heard from a small business panel talking about the importance of social media, twitter, things like that. the twitter feed and qr -- you have a smart phone. i hope you will download the program. we wil
will be joining us in a little bit. the tesla founder, embroiled in two battles. one with texas and one with sarah palin. both centering around his high-end electric cars. you do not want to miss this interview. and to see what musk has to say about that business. stay with us for that. >> and maria, former apple ceo, john sculley, giving some advice to apple's archrival, samsung. what's the advice? we, he thinks samsung should hire former jcpenney ceo, ron johnson. sku skulley's here to explain why in an exclusive interview. >> let's get to the markets as we approach the final stretch. take a look at where we are. a gain of 64.5 points. earlier today, the market had been lower, lower down as much as 17 points on the dow. the high, up about 85 points on the dow industrials. and as you can see, we are holding on to a double-digit move. nasdaq up 3.5 points, yesterday nasdaq was the best performer. let's get a check on what's sending the s&p to new heights. >> just off the highs, two to one advancing to declining stocks. it's been basically straight up since bottom, that was friday, just after the o
who later took her own life. the 16-year-old accused salting sarah after she passed out at a party in september. the suspect took graphic pictures of the attack and shared them via text message and social media. pott later commit suicide. >> the police have to struggle to get the evidence. it can be deleted quickly with a press of a button. >> the boys were initially arrested months ago but released of misdemeanor charges of inappropriate touching. gilroy, -- >> reporter: it was totally out of character, authorities say they have enough evidence to come on campus here and arrest him. we are not identifying this will boy because he's a minor. several students told us the 16-year-old sophomore was in first period pe when authorities took into custody yesterday. after the school year started his classmates say it was about one month end. the students told us they did not know about the allegedly attack until yesterday, we heard mix reaction boys' classmate. >> he lift weight everyday. good kids. awesome kid. my parents love him. >> reporter: the principal did not want to gn camera to
. these difficult questions with longstanding denominations across america >>host: sarah gordon professor of constitutional law and history at the university of pennsylvania and the author of "the spirit of the law" religious voices and the constitution in modern america". >>guest: thank you so much. >>host: "confederate reckoning" power and politics in the civil war south" the author is history professor stephanie mccurry from the university of pennsylvania. first of all, professor what is the painting on the front of your book? >> a civil war painting of a battleship going down the confederate flag going down in flames. it is not military history but it tells about what the book is about. >>host: professor stephanie mccurry give us the demographics of the south in 1860. >>guest: that is a crucial question because they went to war to make a new nation and they were smaller than the union to start with compared to the 10 million at the with the 22 but the military fact minutes is not paid as much attention to above 4 million wear black and in slaved. when it came to mobilize they did not
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